JPI Oceans has announced that on 8 April 2020 they will be holding a stakeholder consultation forum to solicit feedback, engagement and discussions on their draft Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA), a revision of the SRIA 2015-2020.
Brown Bag Lunches are informal informative events held over lunch (to be provided) where a scientific expert provides a short and provocative view on a specific policy topic, followed by an open discussion with the participants. This event, hosted by the European Marine Board, will feature Prof. Hilary Kennedy of Bangor University delivering the address. Prof.
The MERCES project (Marine ecosystem Restoration in Changing European Seas) will be holding its third webinar on ‘Ecosystem Restoration in Deep Waters’ at 15.00h ECT (Paris) on Thursday 27 June 2019.
This webinar will cover:
The Open Sea Lab Kick-off event will mark the official opening of the applications to participate in the Open Sea Lab Hackathon 2019. All talks will be streamed live and made available online on the website afterwards.
This lecture series has been organised to coincide with the exhibition 'Ocean Plastic Lab' which will be visiting Brussels at the time. The series of lectures will be delivered in English, Dutch and French, and members of the public are invited to attend, to enhance their knowledge on this increasingly urgent topic. The lectures will be provided by the German Marine Research Consortium, JPI Oceans, CSA Oceans 2 and the Royal Belgian Institute for Natural Sciences.
Fishackathon is a worldwide hackathon event organised by UCA in Spain. The aim of the hackathon is to make Earth's waters, aquaculture, and fisheries more sustainable & equitable. Individuals can purchase tickets for €7, and can also donate sponsorship to the event.
The event will thematically revolve around three core challenge sets: Sustainability, Enforcement and Marketplace. Many prizes are available for participants to win. These range from mentorship from potential investors to useful prizes from AWS. Teams can consist of a maximum of five individuals.
The March for Science will take place on 22 April 2017. Marches have been organised in over 400 locations across the globe. The march comes amidst the recent trend of science, scientists and evidence-based policymaking coming under attack. With budget cuts, many severe, being inflicted upon several scientific networks, the marches have been designed as a protest to support the ongoing role science, across all disciplines, should continue to play a central role in public life and policymaking.
The event organized within the InnoBlueGrowth Horizontal project, funded under the INTERREG Med Programme, will take place in the beautiful context of Villa Celimontana in Rome, on 6 and 7 April.
The aim of the InnoBlueGrowth project, is to ensure the communication and capitalization of projects results, addressing Blue Growth issues as Blue energy, Maritime surveillance, Yachting.